The new year for many folks marks new beginnings. We set goals. We dream. We make resolutions.
There is one thing, however, that all goals, dreams, and resolutions must have in order to succeed: A solid foundation.
Think of the foundation for your home or apartment building. It's probably not visible to your naked eye, but you'd guess it's made of something sturdy like concrete or rock.
But wait. What purpose do foundations serve? Why do we need them?
Foundations serve 3 overarching purposes that you probably already know (and I also think you will start seeing the spiritual analogies here!).
Foundations are designed to
1) bear a load
2) protect from external elements (water, wind, high and low temperatures, etc.)
3) resist movement of earth around it
Any endeavor you approach, any goal or dream you're hoping to achieve needs the proper foundation to come to fruition.
Our life's pursuits are based on our purpose--and when we tap into our purpose as Bible-believing contributors and share our mission with a world that needs to hear the Good News, well, we're off to a really good start!
Tune in to the Choose 2 Think podcast Episode 054 to remind yourself that God is all the energy you need, His Word is the Truth, and His Son the solid foundation to help you live out your wildest dreams!
Don't put yourself at risk and waste precious time building on a foundation that will not support your aspirations in the long run.
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